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24
Sep

A key step in understanding the nature of the fight for superiority between mutated genes and normal genes could lead to new therapies to combat leukaemia, say researchers at Birmingham and Newcastle University. The study investigated Acute Myeloid Leukaemia to understand why leukemic cells are not able to develop normally into mature blood cells.

The study, published in Cell Reports, investigated Acute Myeloid Leukaemia to understand why leukemic cells are not able to develop normally into mature blood cells. Professor Heidenreich is leading on turning this breakthrough discovery into therapies that could provide new ways of combating leukaemia. To read more click here.